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Blow For Prada As General Court Allows Registration Of THE RICH PRADA
This article first appeared on WTR Daily, part of World Trademark Review, in June 2018.
UK
16 Jul 2018
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UEFA Scores Its Own Blocking Injunction
Shortly before Christmas, the Union Des Associations Européennes De Football (UEFA) was granted a blocking injunction.
UK
2 May 2018
3
An Alternative To Patents: Can DNA Be Protected By Copyright And Design Right Law?
This article entitled "An alternative to patents: can DNA be protected by copyright and design right law?" by Beatriz San Martin and Heidi Hurdle was published in the journal Cell and Gene Therapy Insights.
UK
24 Apr 2018
4
Retail Artificial Intelligence: Matching Celebrity Styles
Many consumers want to look like and live the life of their favourite celebrities. Now AI has brought the reality ever closer.
UK
26 Mar 2018
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Lessons Learnt – A Review Of 5 English Law Cases From 2017 And What Franchise And Distribution Businesses Can Learn From Them
2017 was a relatively quiet year for franchise disputes in the English courts. Nevertheless, this article discusses five cases which involved franchise and distribution relationships ...
UK
15 Mar 2018
6
Summary Of EU Commission Paper On IP And Brexit
The EU Commission Paper on IP and Brexit considers the key principles which it believes need to be in place at the date of the Withdrawal Agreement ...
European Union
29 Nov 2017
7
Top 10 Legal Pitfalls In Franchising (And How To Avoid Them)
A franchise system's trade mark is a key intellectual property right and creates value in the franchise system.
UK
24 Nov 2017
8
Proposed Criteria For Parallel Imports Of Schweppes Products
The ECJ was asked a series of questions on exhaustion of trademark rights in different EEA member states ...
UK
21 Nov 2017
9
High Court Rules On Use Of Google Adwords/Adsense And Trademark Infringement
UK retailer Argos Ltd has lost its claim for trademark infringement and passing off (in the High Court of England and Wales) against Argos Systems Inc...
UK
23 May 2017
10
General Court Finds Likelihood Of Confusion Between ZIRO And ZERO Figurative Marks
In Zero v European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) (Case T-106/16), the General Court, contrary to the Fourth Board of Appeal of the EUIPO, has ruled that there was a likelihood of confusion between the figurative mark ZIRO and an earlier EU figurative mark ZERO for essentially identical goods.
European Union
12 Apr 2017
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BREXIT: What Are The Five Key Issues For Franchisors To Consider?
Since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union ("EU") on 23 June 2016, "Brexit", and what it may or may not mean has dominated the national conversation.
UK
20 Feb 2017
12
Preparing To Go Global
Markets for goods and services have become increasingly globalized and for many successful businesses, there comes a point in their growth cycle where the demand for their products...
UK
15 Dec 2016
13
Five Top Tips To Understand Football Image Rights Deals
During the early 2000s many clubs entered into a large image rights contracts but came unstuck.
UK
4 Nov 2016
14
Using Third Party Brands In Online Comparisons: What You Can And Can't Do
Look at any website and you will see frequent references to third party trade marks. The majority of these references simply describe the business or products that are being discussed – and that is absolutely fine.
UK
22 Sep 2016
15
Flight From Fortress Europe?
On the 23rd of June 2016, the people of the United Kingdom will decide whether or not to remain within the European Union.
UK
21 Jul 2016
16
Euro 2016: Ambush Marketing Risks In The UK
The Euro 2016 football tournament (or "soccer tournament" if you're American...) starts on Friday June 10th when hosts France take on Romania at the Stade de France in Paris.
UK
1 Jun 2016
17
Passing Off Case Makes The Corporate Veil A Little Thinner For One Man Companies
In a recent case in the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court, a sole director was found to be jointly liable with his company for trade mark infringement and passing off its products as those of another company.
UK
27 May 2016
18
The London Skyline - An IP View
The famous London skyline is constantly evolving with new buildings such as The Shard, "The Walkie Talkie" and "The Cheesegrater" adding to the more traditional sights of St Paul's Cathedral, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.
UK
26 May 2016
19
Intellectual Property News - 10 Mar 2016
On 12 January 2016, the UK government published a consultation in response to the IPO proposal.
UK
15 Mar 2016
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Star Wars - May The IP Be With You
You must have been living in a different galaxy if you weren't somehow swept up in Star Wars mania over the Christmas holidays
UK
18 Jan 2016
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